"My class was studying the concept of "sacred space" and how it can sometimes transport you psychologically to a new place. Osband's film about Mexican migrants who made an Irish Catholic Church their place of worship provided an insight into the immigrant saga, while providing a universal message of finding home in a foreign location. In addition, he is a masterful teacher, who made the film relevant to my students in a meaningful way."
Rabbi Yigal Sklarin
Ramaz High School Director of Inter-Disciplinary Studies
" A delightful film portrays a formerly dying Catholic parish in Pennsylvania which was revived by Mexican immigrants and an energetic Spanish-speaking American priest. The priest, the Mexican parishioners, and the local white community illustrate the best of America and of the possibilities of co-existence and mutual respect." - Anthropology Review Database
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